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Terry expresses MLS interest

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No. 44: Willian, Chelsea

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 By Phil Lythell

Champions Chelsea deserve Premier League glory after fine campaign

Chelsea head coach Jose Mourinho says he is proud of his current crop of Premier League champions.

With the Premier League season over, here's a look back at Chelsea's campaign as thoughts turn toward the summer and next season.

Your season in a sentence and final grade: A

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In this title-winning campaign there have been several high points, with the first half of the season saturated with memorable moments. The opening day dissection of Burnley served notice of the Blues' more expansive intentions and the 6-3 win at Everton was the thrill ride that confirmed them.

But it was another...

 By Phil Lythell

Jose Mourinho relied on core players to return Premier League glory to Chelsea

Alison Bender takes to the streets of London for Chelsea's victory parade and finds out just how much the fans love Jose Mourinho.

Job done. The Premier League is now over, having been won at a canter with three games remaining. Chelsea have enjoyed the denouement to their campaign, basking in the glory of being champions without having the pressure to win games.

An extended celebration climaxing with an open-top bus parade through the streets of SW6 has been wallowed in, and deservedly so. Each element of the team has been crucial to the collective success, with different periods of the season seeing different areas emerge...

Terry, Fabregas & Costa all in as Chelsea dominate Team of the Season

David Hirshey picked his Premier League Team of the Season, but the rest of the ESPN FC panel did not agree.

Chelsea landed the Premier League title but would they be a match for ESPN FC's team of the season? Gab Marcotti, Paul Mariner and Steve Nicol pick the season's best XI.

ESPN FC's Team of the Season.

Goalkeeper: A no-brainer to start with -- David De Gea is a unanimous choice after a sensational season at Manchester United. He has some 2014-15 showreel to post to Real Madrid; incredible saves from Bryan Oviedo, Raheem Sterling and Glenn Murray among the standout moments. All our pundits are on the same page when it comes to...

 By PA Sport

John Terry wants to stay at Chelsea but has one eye on MLS move

Led by Jose Mourinho Chelsea won their fifth Premier League title in 2015.

John Terry has opened up the prospect of a move to Major League Soccer, although the Chelsea captain wishes to finish his career at Stamford Bridge.

The 34-year-old this season won his fourth Premier League title, playing every minute of the 38 games for Jose Mourinho's side.

His friend and former Chelsea teammate Frank Lampard now moves to MLS with New York City, while Liverpool's Steven Gerrard is joining LA Galaxy, and Terry has not altogether ruled out a trans-Atlatic switch to the United States.

"I...

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Chelsea star Eden Hazard: I must win Champions League to be a top player

Led by Jose Mourinho Chelsea won their fifth Premier League title in 2015.
Chelsea fans throw celery at the club's open-top buses as the champions celebrate winning the Premier League.
Thousands of Chelsea fans watch the Premier League champions' victory parade from Stamford Bridge towards the King's Road in west London.
Alison Bender takes to the streets of London for Chelsea's victory parade and finds out just how much the fans love Jose Mourinho.
Former Chelsea defender Marcel Desailly hails current Blues captain John Terry as the best defender in the Premier League after leading Chelsea to their fourth league title in ten years.

Eden Hazard has told the London Evening Standard the Champions League is "the one thing missing" from his career before he can be considered a top player, but says there is no need to leave Chelsea after a fine 2014-15 season.

Hazard, 24, lifted the Premier League title for the first time as Jose Mourinho's side led the table for virtually the whole campaign, while the Blues completed a domestic double by beating Tottenham to win the Capital One Cup trophy.

The Belgium international was influential...